This photograph looks like a shot from a sci-fi movie:
First flown in prototype form in mid-1930, the Handley-Page HP.50 Heyford was the last of the RAF's long-range biplane night bombers. It was powered in…Continue
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The one and only endurance record-breaker, built by Citroën.
It was very different in the early 1930s, when human error meant that few cars — and roads — could be entirely depended upon. In…Continue
Added by lord_k on June 8, 2012 at 6:30am — No Comments
Long time no see, comrades! So,brace yourselves for a fresh portion of morbid projects of soviet citizens!
And the first one is...
Middle East Republican Mortar Automobile Armoured Corps
This project came from Leningrad, and there are two pecularities: first, the concept was to assemble a highly mobile unit armed with self-propelled mortar on ZiS-101 chassis:…Continue
Added by Komissar Hass on June 7, 2012 at 7:12am — No Comments
Who knows what evil lurks in the hearts of men? The Shadow knows!
Since hitting the airwaves in August 1930 as part of the "Detective Story" radio show, The Shadow has become one of the most beloved heroes in pulp history. On Two-Fisted Tuesdays, we'll follow the adventures of The Shadowas he battles a rogues gallery of crooks and villains from around the world.
Click on the link below to download…Continue
I'm happy and proud to announce that a big, large book of texts and illustrations has just been published. It's titled, well... DIESEL CITY. The book has been in the making for quite a while and, apart from the pleasure of seeing it complete now, the main reason why I'm so happy and proud about it is that DIESEL CITY, right from the beginning and all the way till its completion, has been very much a "Dieselpunk family affair".
DIESEL CITY has the…Continue
1920s airliners... Some are famous, some have fallen into obscurity.
Have you ever heard of the Albatros sleeper - a very unlikely descendant of WWI Albatros fighters?
The Albatros L 73 was a German twin-engined biplane airliner of the 1920s. Of conventional configuration, it featured a streamlined, boat-like fuselage and…Continue
Added by lord_k on June 2, 2012 at 7:30am — No Comments
What would you do with an aging luxury car? Don't think twice - streamline it!
That's exactly what Edsel Ford did with the Lincoln K, company's flagship and status symbol. Introduced in 1931, it was aimed at the highest price segment. The original Model K had a 145 in (3683 mm) wheelbase. Available as a dual cowl model, factory bodies were…Continue